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Each person is born with a unique set of skills and talents. Some of us discover them early in life; others develop them with time and experience. We are often told we can be anything we want to be-we can pursue our dreams and work hard to achieve our goals. But our talents aren’t given to us just for our own benefit! God equips us to accomplish His love on ...

Each person is born with a unique set of skills and talents. Some of us discover them early in life; others develop them with time and experience. We are often told we can be anything we want to be-we can pursue our dreams and work hard to achieve our goals. But our talents aren’t given to us just for our own benefit! God equips us to accomplish His love on earth by using our gifts to bless others.

It is a privilege to be part of God’s plan. Sometimes, however, we need a starting point to use our gifts. Below are three ways you can use your talents to bless the people God brings into your life.

 

1. Volunteer

There are countless organizations that need help accomplishing their mission. Food pantries need people to take and sort donations. Blood drives need help checking people in. Local events always need assistance with setting up and tearing down. While these may seem like simple tasks, your individual abilities can make a big impact! Perhaps your organization skills could be put to use in planning an event. Maybe you could offer babysitting services for a group of single moms that meets every month.

You don’t have to be an expert at something to be helpful. As a personal example, I volunteered to play piano at a nursing home every week during my high school years. I wasn’t a concert pianist by any means, but I enjoyed playing songs for the residents, who sang along with me as I played!

To find places to volunteer, start by looking up organizations related to your interests or skills. Send them an email asking if they need any help. Chances are, they will gladly take you up on the offer!

 

2. Teach

While you may not feel qualified to teach, remember this: If you have something you’re skilled in or passionate about, there is always someone who could learn from you! Perhaps you could teach elementary school students some basic guitar chords, or visit a local women’s shelter to teach basic cooking classes. Many people long to learn the things that come naturally to you.

Teaching can also open doors to share the gospel. While teaching a practical skill, you can share how that skill has impacted your own life. Perhaps music played a big role in your own salvation story, or you could talk about how we worship God through music. Your talents can provide a wonderful platform to share Jesus with students young and old.

 

3. Serve

Both volunteering and teaching are forms of service, but another great way to use your talents is in your local church. From nursery to worship team, there are always opportunities to give of yourself and your talents. Service doesn’t fit one mold-it is as individual as the people offering to help! No matter what your interests, there is a place for them in the local body of believers.

You can find ways to help by looking in your church bulletin or asking your pastor what the church’s most pressing needs are that month. Some churches need help in the kitchen setting up a refreshment table. Others might take volunteers to assist with weddings and events. You might be able to play piano or sing on the worship team. The opportunities are endless!

Remember, even if you feel like your talents have not yet emerged, your mere presence with a cheerful face and willing hands will be welcomed wherever you serve. And there is even a chance you’ll discover your life passion by serving, whether with a talent you already have or one yet to develop!

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One of our dear Project Inspired Girls, Bethany, who has been with the site since we launched in 2011, wants to attend a school that I went to: Vanguard University of Southern California (VUSC). This story is very inspiring! I majored in journalism and communication studies, and Bethany wants to follow in my footsteps, inspired by the PI website and Nicole Weider, and desires to go to this private Christian ...

One of our dear Project Inspired Girls, Bethany, who has been with the site since we launched in 2011, wants to attend a school that I went to: Vanguard University of Southern California (VUSC). This story is very inspiring! I majored in journalism and communication studies, and Bethany wants to follow in my footsteps, inspired by the PI website and Nicole Weider, and desires to go to this private Christian school to pursue journalism and politics while strengthening her faith.

Here is a photo of me, Christi Given, with PI Girl Bethany and the VU lion mascot:

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Next is a photo of Bethany and me in front of the VUSC sign:

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It’s pretty interesting, and God is so amazing because at the time I attended VUSC, Nicole-the PI founder and my best friend-wasn’t a Christian at the time. I was pursuing journalism and writing for the school newspaper, and was heavily involved in songwriting and worship leading. By the time I was just about to graduate, Nicole accepted Jesus as her personal Lord and Savior. She then started ProjectInspired.com in 2011, and by the time I had my degree, I was able to write for her. God is BEYOND amazing and truly does Ephesians 3:20 (above what we can think, ask for or even imagine). Writing for Nicole’s website and seeing it grow from just a couple hundred visitors to now more than 600,000 is just incredible.

Here’s a photo of PI founder Nicole Weider with PI Girl and fan Bethany:

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God heard my prayer and really answered my requests above my expectations. I am forever grateful that not only did God save me, but He also saved my best friend Nicole and then allowed us to partner in what I call “Holy-Wood.”

Here is a photo of me with Nicole’s first book, Into the Light: My Journey from the Glare of Hollywood to the Glow of God’s Love, on her testimony from when God took Nicole out of darkness in modeling and acting, and into the world of God’s Kingdom.

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Back in the day, the enemy tried to have Nicole and me use our gifts for the world in Hollywood. We were swept up by the lure of clubbing and parties with the celebs, but thankfully God delivered us out of this trap and showed us the light. I told Nicole after I went from secular music to Christian worship music and writing songs about the Lord (being born again in my faith) that God called her to be His model. Instead of chasing after the worldly ways, we now seek God’s work and Kingdom. I’m so blessed and grateful God took us away from Hollywood and now we can influence the culture together! So cool!

Not only am I thankful we can help others like Bethany and write letters back and forth to them, but also that I can help mentor them and help these girls then reach others. God’s ways truly are higher than our ways (Isaiah 55). Keep dreaming, praying and seeking Jesus. He is truly faithful.

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PI Girls, whom do you look to for advice? Do you want to follow in the footsteps of someone who’s in your life? Comment below!

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Whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, every once in a while it’s a good idea to stay home for some peace and quiet. Hanging out with friends is fun, but who doesn’t love some good old fashioned me-time? The next time your parents go out of town, instead of calling your friends for another movie night, you can use these six tips to make the best of your night alone. 1

Whether you're an introvert or an extrovert, every once in a while it's a good idea to stay home for some peace and quiet. Hanging out with friends is fun, but who doesn't love some good old-fashioned “me time”?

The next time your parents go out of town, instead of calling your friends for another movie night, you can use these seven tips to make the best of your night alone.

  1. Treat yourself to a spa day. You don't need to go somewhere expensive to have a nice, relaxing spa day. Stressed? Light some candles, turn on your favorite music and put on a face mask with natural ingredients like honey and coconut oil. If you've got dry skin, try adding some natural salts and almond oils to a warm bath, and you'll come out with incredibly smooth skin. And hey, why not even pamper yourself a little more? Get out your favorite nail polish and give yourself a pretty mani-pedi.
  2. Do some baking. Now is the perfect time to get out that recipe book your grandma got you for Christmas a few years ago. Trying new recipes and foods is a great way to learn something and indulge in some tasty treats. There is literally nothing better than a night spent eating red velvet cake and butter cookies. Also, if you have leftovers, you could give some of the cookies to an elderly neighbor or to a friend who has been going through a rough time.
  3. Start a new TV show. If you've had a busy week, there's no better time to catch up on the newest television shows everyone has been talking about. Maybe your friends have been begging you to watch the newest season of Downton Abbey or Sherlock. Or you might never have gotten around to watching some classic television shows like Friends or Doctor Who. A Friday night is the perfect time to settle onto your couch with your comfy onesie and a blanket and get lost in a fictional world.
  4. Have a dance party. Remember you're home alone, so you don't need to worry about looking crazy while trying your hand at the "Whip and Nae Nae" dance. Dancing is a fantastic way to get your blood flowing and get in a great workout. If you're someone who doesn't enjoy the traditional method of hitting the gym, put on some comfy sweats and dance to your favorite song! If freestyle dancing isn't your thing, you can follow along to the steps of an online Zumba tutorial.
  5. Talk to an old friend on the phone. You don't have to be secluded from society just because you're spending some time alone. Call up an old friend or someone you haven't talked to in a while and have fun rekindling the friendship.
  6. Start writing a book. Reading a book is a great way to spend a Friday night, but writing your own book is even better! Pull out some pen and paper or a laptop and start writing. You probably won't finish it all in one day, but you can get a good head start.
  7. Dedicate the night to God. Take some time during the night to pray and read the Bible, especially since there won't be any distractions. Tell God how you've been feeling throughout the week and ask Him how you can glorify Him in the next week. Use the time to thank Him and praise Him for all that He's done through art and music. You can have a worship session and jam out with God to your favorite contemporary and gospel artists. Or you could draw or paint something to show gratitude for his many blessings. If you've pulled a bit away from God during the week, maybe you can use this time to get right with him again by listening to a sermon or reading a faith-driven novel.

 

How do you like to spend a night alone at home? Share with us in the comments below!

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Plenty of blogs and articles address marriage: why we save sex for it, what to expect in it and how not to idolize it. But not every young woman comes into adulthood with a positive outlook on marriage. There are many who come from broken homes and aren’t sure marriage holds much hope or promise. Some wonder what marriage is worth when it so often ends in divorce and heartbreak....

Plenty of blogs and articles address marriage: why we save sex for it, what to expect in it and how not to idolize it. But not every young woman comes into adulthood with a positive outlook on marriage. There are many who come from broken homes and aren’t sure marriage holds much hope or promise. Some wonder what marriage is worth when it so often ends in divorce and heartbreak.

These sentiments are real and the question is valid: If 50 percent of marriages end in divorce, as the media tells us, why should we marry at all? And as Christians, is divorce God’s intention?

God does not like divorce. In fact, God hates it (Malachi 2:16). However, because of sin in the world, God permits divorce under certain circumstances (Matthew 19). While God’s heart is broken by divorce, God doesn’t hate those affected by it. He comforts the brokenhearted and is present with those who are suffering from broken homes and relationships.

Jesus Himself was born into a family most likely burdened with rumor and gossip. Though Mary and Joseph were not divorced, Joseph nearly divorced Mary when he first found out she was pregnant, believing she’d had an affair. But even after Joseph was told by God to marry Mary, who was pregnant with Jesus, rumors could have followed. Even in His adulthood Jesus may have been accused (falsely) of being born out of wedlock (John 8:41). But most of all, Jesus faced the rejection of God Himself-His Father-when He took on the sin of the world (Matthew 27:45-46). The emotional trauma that comes with divorce-whether gossip and rumor or the deeper, inner betrayal from family members themselves-is something Jesus knows all about. He is present with those who have experienced this pain.

Divorce is the product of sin. It is not God’s design and is not the automatic outcome of marriage, particularly a God-centric one. There is hope for a wonderful marriage even in a world tainted by sin, but it requires us to depend on God and follow His design for relationships. Good marriages are based on the same sacrificial love God showed when Jesus died on the cross (Ephesians 5:25-26). It’s not easy or always comfortable, but it is the kind of love that commits. It’s the kind of love that stands by the covenant made in wedding vows, just as God stands by His covenant of salvation to us.

When we find our identity in Christ, we are able to enter marriage with the strength and wisdom required to maintain such a lasting commitment. When we get approval from God, we can give of ourselves even when He is the only one who sees. And if we seek, date and marry the kind of person who loves God as much as he loves us, we can enter marriage with the spiritual unity on which a lasting marriage is built.

Spiritual unity leads to marital peace. Because God IS love, in order to love one another in a lasting way, we must know Him and His definition of what love is. When we found our hearts, and therefore our relationships, on His truth and wisdom, marriage can be a beautiful testimony to God’s redeeming power.

Divorce may have been your parents’ story, but it does not have to be yours. There is hope for a beautiful relationship with a husband who loves you with the love of Christ. There is hope for a redeeming love because our God is a saving God. This doesn’t mean marriage is easy; it still takes intention, time, patience, unconditional respect and love. But divorce will not be the outcome when two people dedicated to God and His design work together, love intentionally and commit to simply stay-for better or for worse.

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Have you ever faced at least one of these three problems?You read a verse and then forgot it within 10 minutes.You’re trying to reference a scripture to someone, but you just can’t remember what it is.You have the hardest time finding the verse you’re looking for or even remembering which book of the Bible it’s in.Memorizing scripture has so many benefits when it comes to applying ...

Have you ever faced at least one of these three problems?

  1. You read a verse and then forgot it within 10 minutes.
  2. You’re trying to reference a scripture to someone, but you just can’t remember what it is.
  3. You have the hardest time finding the verse you’re looking for or even remembering which book of the Bible it’s in.

Memorizing scripture has so many benefits when it comes to applying God’s Word to our everyday lives and to those around us. How can we be encouraged to hold onto His promises when things are looking down or fully live the life He’s called us to live if His words are not stored within us? Well, here are some ways you can be intentional about memorizing scripture!

 

1. Make a scripture memory box. Only three items are needed: flashcards, dividers and a flashcard box. Label them by the days, the weeks or however you’d like and pull a verse each day to focus on making your memory verse for the day. In a year, that’s 365 verses memorized!

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Find this tutorial here.

 

2. Print some verse cards (or write verses on sticky notes) and plaster them around the house or at your work desk. This has been a fantastic method in my experience. Seeing specific verses on my bathroom mirror, the cabinet or bedroom door and then saying them out loud to myself every time in passing really helped make them stick!

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3. Read, speak, write. This is just a rule of thumb. Repetition helps us retain information longer!

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4. Download scripture onto your smartphone or iPad. Yep, there’s an app for that (thank us later).

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5. Make it applicable. This is probably my biggest tip. It’s been scientifically proven that when we can tie personal meaning into present information, it’s more likely to stick in our long-term memory. So if you’re dedicated to memorizing a verse, think about how it relates to your life, a person you know or an event. Literally explain to yourself out loud, or even to someone else, how that verse applies to a specific situation you’ve experienced and I guarantee you it’s most likely to never slip your mind again.

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What tips and tricks do you use to help yourself memorize scripture? Sharing is caring! Comment below!

 

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Some might say you take the Bible “too seriously,” while others may be inspired by your devotion. The fact of the matter is, you just can’t get enough of God’s Word and have this wild idea that it’s actually meant to be lived by-imagine that!Laugh with us if these memes are totally you!       When your Coke game is on point.   ...

Some might say you take the Bible “too seriously,” while others may be inspired by your devotion. The fact of the matter is, you just can’t get enough of God’s Word and have this wild idea that it’s actually meant to be lived by-imagine that!

Laugh with us if these memes are totally you!

 

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I'm a big fan of schedules. I like to make a list of tasks, crossing out each one as it is accomplished. But there are days I don't accomplish much on my list: I get interrupted, things go wrong and I sit down at the end of the day frustrated and angry at how fruitless those hours seemed to be.Perhaps your frustration doesn't come from being interrupted, but from ...

I'm a big fan of schedules. I like to make a list of tasks, crossing out each one as it is accomplished. But there are days I don't accomplish much on my list: I get interrupted, things go wrong and I sit down at the end of the day frustrated and angry at how fruitless those hours seemed to be.

Perhaps your frustration doesn't come from being interrupted, but from a difficult friendship or the stress of a research paper deadline. Perhaps, like me, you struggle to keep a good attitude when anger and frustration enter your heart, and your impulse is to lash out at the first person who crosses your path. If so, you are not alone!

The Bible records the stories of people who struggled with anger and frustration. These emotions aren't new to the human race! It is important to note that anger, in and of itself, is not a sin. In his letter to the Ephesian church, the apostle Paul warned, "Be angry, yet do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger. And do not give the devil an opportunity." (Ephesians 4:26-27) In moments when frustration overtakes us, we must guard our hearts against bitterness in order to prevent the enemy from having an "opportunity" to destroy our relationships. This takes discipline.

Discipline keeps our anger from affecting our actions. While the word "discipline" often has a negative connotation, it simply means we make an effort to set boundaries on our emotions, aligning them with God's standards. When our emotions are aligned with God, our actions will naturally follow. James talks about this concept in the first chapter of his letter: "But everyone must be quick to hear, slow to speak and slow to anger." (James 1:19)

 

  • Quick to hear: Being willing to listen always reduces conflict. When we are frustrated with someone, the last thing we want to do is listen to them! But by setting aside our emotions and choosing God's way, we are able to hear all sides of an issue before reacting with anger. Being quick to listen is the first step to finding God in frustration, because it slows us down enough to see His plan and show love to others-even when we don't feel like it.
  • Slow to speak: We can't talk and listen at the same time. If we are quick to hear, it follows that we will also be "slow to speak." Our tongues get us into trouble all the time, don't they? But our tongues are controlled by our hearts and minds! In order to stop angry words before they catapult out of our mouths, we have to discipline our hearts to choose the "gentle answer" (Proverbs 15:1). By listening closely and answering slowly and with wisdom, we can often diffuse an argument before it even begins.
  • Slow to anger: If we follow the first two principles James outlined, we will naturally be slow to anger. But these godly attitudes don't come easily; they must be practiced. That sounds simple in writing, but this means the next time you're frustrated by your boss, your boyfriend or your mom, take a moment to "be angry, but do not sin." By reacting with angry words and bitterness we give Satan an opportunity to destroy our relationships, killing the peace and joy God intends for us to have. In that moment, ask yourself: How can I be quick to hear and slow to speak right now?

 

It's not the natural choice. It can often feel unjust and unfair. But the wonderful thing about living God's way is our ability to walk out of conflict with no regret. We can also trust that God is our justifier and our defense (Psalm 65:5).

James concluded his discussion of anger with this note: "…for the anger of man does not achieve the righteousness of God." (James 1:20) Anger and frustration can cloud our view of God in the heat of the moment. But if we live in that anger, we can't honor the righteous standing God has given us in Christ Jesus. By being quick to listen and slow to speak, we echo the mercy and kindness of God, bringing glory to Him through our words and actions.

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Yers truly is featured on fashion-and-faith blog On My Shoebox today. In the interview, I talk about the most pressing needs in the fashion industry, why I surround myself with artists, and (betcha didn’t see this one coming!) ethical fashion. My favorite part of the feature is actually just me stealing my friends’ words …The post Unwrinkling Featured In ‘On My Shoebox’ appeared first on UNWRINKLING.

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Yers truly is featured on fashion-and-faith blog On My Shoebox today. In the interview, I talk about the most pressing needs in the fashion industry, why I surround myself with artists, and (betcha didn’t see this one coming!) ethical fashion.

My favorite part of the feature is actually just me stealing my friends’ words to describe my style, though:

Q:  How would you define your fashion aesthetic?

A:  I asked a few of my fashion-savvy friends to describe my style, and this is what they came up with:
“Wendy from Peter Pan decides to become one of the Lost Boys, but still holds on to her Victorian femme roots, and Never Never Land is like a modern day city”
“DIY streetwear thrift store junkie with touches of classy female”
“Most popular girl in school steals her jock boyfriend’s jacket, rides away on a motorcycle, then founds an artist commune in an exotic locale to use her powers for good”

Read the rest of the interview here.

(S/o to Jack and Sharon for their imaginations, to Natalie for the pics, and to Silva for thinking my words are worth sharing).

The post Unwrinkling Featured In ‘On My Shoebox’ appeared first on UNWRINKLING.

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Ugh. Acne. Don't get me started on how hard it is to deal with acne

Ugh. Acne.

Don’t get me started on how hard it is to deal with acne. Teasing, rude stares and embarrassment are really not exciting.

 

What is acne?

Acne is a skin condition characterized by red pimples on the skin, especially on the face, due to inflamed or infected sebaceous glands. Basically it’s the oil glands getting angry and flaring up, and it ain’t pretty.

Here are some tips on dealing with acne.

 

1. Find out your skin type.

Knowing your skin type is great for working out what will and won’t work when it comes to skincare products. Research to find out, or ask your doctor. (I’ll come back to this later.)

 

2. Know your allergies.

When you’re allergic to nuts, you check to see if your snack has nuts in it, right? Well, it’s the same with skincare. I’m allergic to normal sunscreen, so I have to use sensitive/toddler sunscreen. I recently bought a new moisturizer with SPF 15+, forgetting that I’m allergic to the sunscreen in it, so now I’m sitting here writing this with a big reaction on my face. Moral of the story: Know your allergies.

 

3. Use the right skincare products.

Helpful skincare products for acne:

  • Cleanser - use morning and night, every day
  • Exfoliator - use twice a week
  • Moisturizer (light) - use morning and night, every day
  • Spot treatment - use when needed, maximum of twice a day
  • Face mask - use once or twice a week

 

Do not-I repeat, DO NOT-just walk into the drugstore and pick up the first moisturizer you see. Here are four things you should look for in a skincare product:

  1. It suits your skin type.
  2. It doesn’t contain anything you’re allergic to, or toxic ingredients. (Find out more here.)
  3. It has an affordable price.
  4. Stick with ONE brand, because the products will then be formulated to work together in the war to defeat acne.

 

Some brands to try, and one to avoid:

  • TRY: Simple; Formula 10.0.6 (amazing brand, affordable and it works, too); Neutrogena.
  • AVOID: Proactiv. This is the brand I tell everyone to avoid. Very harsh chemicals. People say it works, but the chemicals can kill.

 

4. Stick to a routine.

The best tip I can give you is to persist. Stick to your routine. Use the tips above, and create your own. Make a poster with your routine on it, and stick it someplace where you will see it. Mark it on a calendar…do it however you want!

 

5. Look at your diet.

Your diet actually affects your skin. A couple of things to avoid are:

  • Dairy - can cause inflammation. AVOID!
  • Gluten
  • Sugar

Also, be sure to drink lots of water.

 

6. Don’t squeeze!

This is pretty straightforward. DON’T SQUEEZE PIMPLES AT ALL! It will leave you with red scars. Ugh.

 

Hope these skincare tips help! If you have any questions, leave them below and I’ll try to get back to you.

Thanks for reading, my lovelies! Stay faithful!

 

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God has not forgotten you. In fact, you are always on His radar! So what does the Creator, our Father, think when He sees you? Here are a few things we know about the character of His thoughts based on scripture. 1. "I have loved you, with an everlasting love. With unfailing love I have drawn you to myself." (Jeremiah 31:3) So many times we find ourselves looking ...

God has not forgotten you. In fact, you are always on His radar! So what does the Creator, our Father, think when He sees you? Here are a few things we know about the character of His thoughts based on scripture.

 

1. "I have loved you, with an everlasting love. With unfailing love I have drawn you to myself." (Jeremiah 31:3) So many times we find ourselves looking for love in all the wrong places. Human love tends to be limited, sometimes unreliable, unfaithful or simply non-understanding. But God has stored for you the love that nothing on this Earth can meet. Right now, no matter who you are or what you've done, God is beckoning for your heart to be consumed with Him because He loves you with a love that never fails, never gives up and will always be faithful. He wants to show you the best experience in love.

2. "If you look for me wholeheartedly, you will find me." (Jeremiah 29:13) This is not just a principle, but a promise. God wants to reveal Himself to you in deeper ways, but every relationship is a two-way street. If you make an intentional and genuine effort to know more of God, He will manifest in your life in greater ways. That may look like reading more of your Bible and letting it actually change your life, making your thanksgiving and desires known in constant prayer, feeding your soul with worship music or surrounding yourself with more people who are seeking Him, too. He wants you to seek Him wholeheartedly.

3. "I want you to show love, not offer sacrifices. I want you to know me more than I want burnt offerings." (Hosea 6:6) Sometimes we can get so caught up in doing the work of God that we lose intimacy with the God of our work. So what is God saying to you? He wants more than what you do. He wants more than your rituals of going to church on the weekends. He wants more than your Bible postings on social media. He wants your actual heart. He desires for you to find the intimacy of knowing Him by surrendering yourself to His love. Right now He wants you to know Him deeply.

4. "I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you." (Psalm 32:8) Have you given your day to God yet? Believe it or not, God is interested in every detail of your life, just like the Father that He is. Those things that concern you about your future, He's invested in because of His love for you. When you rest on His mind, He can't help but want to give you the best direction for your life. You should know that right now God wants to guide you.

 

How precious are your thoughts about me, O God. They cannot be numbered! (Psalm 139:17)

 

It's disheartening that many times when we think of God's thoughts of us, we assume that they are consumed with shame, rejection and abandonment because of our failures or even our rebellion. How amazing is it to know that the exact opposite is true? His thoughts of you are endlessly precious with every motive to win you back to His heart because He cares for you. Hopefully this is a reminder that not only are you not forgotten, but you are watched over and cared for every moment of every day.

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